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They haven't been present for a while now. After some digging around, I discovered that they aren't quite available as a direct easy download, but they do appear to be available on Adobe's ftp site - here
I did a test download of one, and it appears to work fine. The one thing I haven't located is the music beds, but the loopology files themselves are there, definitely.
Thanks so much, however when I click on those links "here" you put in there, all it does is open a blank page, nothing is there??? Kelly K.
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'Here' doesn't work for me either.
You need to use a browser that supports FTP. Chrome definitely doesn't, but Firefox does, and it would appear that Opera does too. Alternatively, as nssc02 observes, a dedicated FTP (File Transfer Protocol) handler also does. This is old technology these days, but it used to be the norm.
Thank you! I was able to click on the links when I used the Firefox browser! I am downloading all of the loops. Now I'm going to see if I can actually use the loops in Audition! 🙂
Boy, Adobe sure doesn't make it easy to find Loops! Wonder why???
I have no idea. Took me quite a while to figure out what they had done with them! There is no official linkage to this that I'm aware of either, so downloading the lot before they realise and remove it all is almost certainly a good move. The status of all the looping material is a little dubious as far as its ownership is concerned; the person that made them all never actually got paid for doing it, and he didn't do it during working hours - these all date back to Syntrillium days and were just taken over with the rest of the company, lock stock and barrel by Adobe. I think he's pretty much resigned to it, though.
Well, I really appreciate you digging for them! I was able to import and use the files in Audition, so now it's time to get to creating some fun songs! Thanks again! 😉:musical_note:
I've just realised that the current versions of most browsers won't let you use ftp any more. Even though Firefox says it will - it simply displays nothing. All the files are still present on the ftp site, but you now have to use a dedicated ftp program to access them. This is certainly the case today - 17th November 2021